After the passing of his wife, Lakshmi, retired Indian Army Major Chandrakant, though blind, lives a wealthy lifestyle with his two sons, Rajnikant, a member of the National Cadet Corps, and Inspector Shreekant. He would like to get Rajnikant married to Pallavi, the only daughter of hen-pecked school-master Gunichand, as well as get Shreekant also married to another girl, both on the same day. Gunichand accordingly makes arrangements for a joint wedding to take place on 11th May. Before that could happen, Rajnikant, who has to return for training, must undertake a journey to visit a woman, Vimla Prabhu, whose husband is ill, and Chandrakant gives him some money from his wallet. Quite mysteriously, Chandrakant's finds all his money missing, and after inquiring, will get Shreekant to admit that he had taken the money without permission. Chandrakant does not know that Shreekant is not being forthright and is concealing a terrible life-changing secret.
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The film was a turning point for Feroz Khan. Despite being a negative role, Feroz Khan ended up taking credit for the films success. Feroz Khan stole the show. This did not sit well with Raaj Kumar. Raaj Kumar and Feroz would clash while filming the movie. During the filming of a scene, Raaj Kumar had his back to the camera and was doing a scene with Feroz who was facing the camera. Raaj Kumar had to give a cue to Feroz while saying his dialogue . But while filming the scene Raaj Kumar was not looking at Feroz to give the cue, but looking sideways talking and looking at the wall. This was done so Feroz would mess up his lines and look bad in front of the director. After that Raaj Kumar would constantly give advice to Feroz on how to do his scene. Feroz finally told off Raaj Kumar and told him to mind his own acting and let him do his own his way. See more
Remade as Major Chandrakant
Teri Chanchal Nainva
Music by Chitra Gupta
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri See more